Kids don't need a fancy camera to capture images of the world around them. You can even set it up as a scavenger hunt with specific items to photograph. For example, have students work on some math by looking for specific number of items (1-10) such as 1 car, two trees, three flowers, etc.
If you use a digital camera, you can upload the photos to a site like Shutterfly and make a book. You don't have to order the book but your child can create captions or even a story to go along with the photographs. This is certainly the type of idea to break into parts so it is not overwhelming.
Host a Dance Party
Every once in awhile we throw on some music and dance! Kate is often at the center of the fun, which is why we have to try some dance classes! If you need inspiration, try Go Noodle. This web-based channel will get you and your children up-and-moving.
One of the best things about living just outside one of the largest urban centers in the United States is access to a wide variety of cultural events. Click here to visit the updated and interactive website to find an art, music, theater, or other event in the Philadelphia region!
Concerts & Festivals
Due to COVID-19 most concerts and festivals are not scheduled for the summer of 2020.
These links will update next summer!
This year the CCTC will present Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet at various locations around the region.
The CCAA offers a variety of art programs over the summer for children of all ages. The cost varies based on the session selected. Check it out today!
The Philadelphia Museum of Art offers a "summer of creative play for the whole family." Details for Art Splash 16 should be available soon. Check the museum website often to learn more about the opportunities to explore, create, and celebrate art. Museum admission is FREE for kids 12 and under.